Aerosmith to record 'old-school' new album in 2011

Drummer Joey Kramer reveals, 'My brothers and I are destined to make another record'

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Aerosmith are going to record an "old-school" new album next year.

In an interview with SpinnerMusic.co.uk, drummer Joey Kramer revealed that they are "going to do it the old way".

"Yeah, we're going to make an album," he said. "That would be very special. I would like to see a record within a year from the Aerosmith boys. My brothers and I are destined to make another record in the next year or so."

"It's going to be an old-school Aerosmith record," he continued. "We're going to do it the old way with the whole band [in the same room] and it should be a good one. We're all anticipating."

Despite a turbulent recent past, which has included crisis talks to save the band from splitting, Kramer admits that the only thing that will stop them continuing as a group is if one of them dies.

"One of the things that's great about being in this band is that I never know what's going to happen next," he explained. "What you see in the mirror, is that really what you're going to get or not?"

He added: "Really, at this point in time, the only thing that's going to stop us is if someone out-and-out dies. Other than that, we've already been through what we've been through and stood the test of time. What else is there?"

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